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Jose Mourino payout figure, Tottenham sacking, manager’s career earnings from sackings, Chelsea, Man Utd, Real Madrid

Jose Mourinho is without a job once again but save the tears, the Portuguese manager’s latest sacking takes his total career payout earnings to almost $A140m.

Mourinho was sensationally punted by Tottenham on Monday, just hours after the club also confirmed its involvement in the controversial European Super League.

While once widely-regarded as one of the top managers of his generation, Mourinho is no stranger to being shown the door — he was also sacked from Chelsea twice (2007 and 2015), Real Madrid (2013) and Manchester United (2018).

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And, according to reports, his latest sacking will likely come with £15m ($A27m) in compensation, taking his sacking payouts to an estimated £77.5m ($A140m).

Roman Abramovich reportedly paid Jose Mourinho £18m ($A32m) to leave Stamford Bridge in 2007 and £12.5m ($A23m) after an ill-fated second stint at the club.

His exit from Real Madrid cost the Spanish side a reported £17m ($A31m) in 2013 and he got a £15m ($A27m) payout when he was punted from Manchester United and replaced by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in 2018.

Mourinho, 58, was dismissed by Spurs after only 17 months in charge, even though he could have led the club to their first silverware since 2008.

Tottenham have been struggling in their bid to qualify for the Champions League via a top-four finish in the Premier League.

Spurs are currently seventh, five points behind fourth-placed West Ham, and suffered a shock Europa League last-16 exit against Dinamo Zagreb.

The abrupt exit is the latest setback in a once-glittering managerial career that now appears on the decline.

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The former Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan, Real Madrid and Manchester United boss was appointed by Tottenham in November 2019, less than 12 hours after Mauricio Pochettino had been dismissed.

But unlike Pochettino, who led Tottenham to the 2019 Champions League final and regularly finished in the top four, Mourinho was unable to spark a response from his squad.

Tottenham finished sixth last season and went out of the Champions League in the last 16.

Amid reports of player discontent with Mourinho’s conservative tactics and boring training sessions, the Portuguese coach had been losing his grip on the job for several weeks.

He had a public spat with on-loan Real Madrid star Gareth Bale about his fitness for an FA Cup defeat at Everton and claimed Toby Alderweireld was absent from the squad due to a late return from the international break when the Belgian was actually pictured at the training ground.

With Tottenham unlikely to qualify for the Champions League, there are also fears star striker Harry Kane will ask to leave in the close-season.

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